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Figure Oh May 2012 Transformers Spotlights Transformers Prime Arms Micron and More
Jack Q - Wednesday, April 04, 2012


Thanks again to good fans at Toy-World who have posted scans from the Figure Oh! May 2012 issue of the Japanese collectibles and hobby magazine. The May feature includes spotlights on the Transformers Prime Arms Micron AM-08 Soundwave and AM-09 Terrorcon Cliffjumper. Transformers Prime EZ Collection EZ-08 Bulkhead and EZ-09 Arcee figures. Interview article on the ARMs Micron figures. Also shown is the MP-11S Sunstorm and Revoltech #38 DOTM Bumblebee. Some new looks at the Kabaya Gaia Guardian Series and Series 5 candy toys and more.

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robo_rob
2012-04-04
7:22 pm

Man, these scans always make me so jealous of Japanese toy magazines. 
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